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15 years Caregiver Experience taking care of male and female. Work experience Medical assistant, Phlebotomy and Hospice care. I have many video References. I love working as a caregiver it allows me to care for one person and give all my attention to that person. Alzheimer's, dementia and Hospice Assistance care. -Training: Become a caregiver, duties of a caregiver, ethic and professional rights, communicating with others, understanding clients rights, promoting client Independence, understanding elder abuse, human needs and development, body systems and the aging process, common chronic diseases in the Aging population, common communicable disease in the Aging population, handling difficult behaviors, Burns and poisons, heart attack and shock, choking and fall, stroke and wounds, other sudden emergencies, infection control, environmental hazard and safety, promoting and maintaining good mobility, nutrition and hydration, elimination and toileting.--- I have many Video References. ----- REFERENCE: I would highly recommend Rene for caregiver position he is all the things you would want in a caregiver intelligent, compassion, confident, kind and has total commitment to his client's well being. Hire him and you will be glad you did. ------REFERENCE: I Recommend Rene as a caregiver he took care of my father, he has experience and high quality of care, professional compassionate total commitment to his job. Carmela .--------REFERENCE: I strongly recommend Rene for the position of caregiver. He has total commitment to his clients. Victoria. ------REFERENCE: I recommend Rene he is a true professional caregiver. Mr Dasai Chino Hills-------------- American Red Cross-Adult CPR, AED and First Aid Certified. Meets OSHA requirements.
I started in the medical field at the age of 16, because Iknew that that was what i wanted to do. I continued on when I went to the air force working with my fellow soldiers, when I came back home I have worked in Drs office , and ultimately working for elderly and Hospice. It is very fulfilling to know that I can make a difference and put a smile on someones face just by being there. Helping people is my PASSION
I am a caregiver for 10 years, all of my previous clients family treat me like their own up to this time, even their friends. I treat every client I work with as a family that's why I like this job. I grew up with my grandparents and that's where my compassion for this job is coming from. I like having conversations with them, hearing their stories are very interesting.
I've been a caregiver for 31 yrs. I started in this field when I was just 17. I love what I do. I come from a medical family and decided at a very young age that i wanted to be a doctor or nurse. I specialize in geriatric dementia and Alzheimers care. Every client needs to know they're truly cared for on every level with love, patience, and kindness. I enjoy learning from them ... they often have amazing histories, stories and lessons to share.I'm often with my clients for the duration of their lives.
Hello! My name is Samantha (Sam) and I am a scientists who would like to get back into care giving. In my early 20's I was in nursing school and worked in a nursing home and a couple hospitals in Columbus Ohio. When I was caregiving I particularly liked working with Alzheimer and Dementia patients, I found that people inflicted with these disease's need to preform normal everyday activities in order to remain comfortable and I am more than willing to help. I enjoy helping with personal care, picking up around the house, and helping prepare meals. The personal achievement that I am most proud of is, in one year I will be the first in my family to get a bachelors degree.
I am a Lic. Nurse I recently moved back to OC, I was living in Sweden past 3 years. I have done in home nursing care many years, I like the one on one care to my patient. I have good and positive feedback from my clients. I have a clear background check. I have worked in all different medical and non medical cases. I am loyal and responsible to my patients and clients. I am available days and nights
My name is Holly and I have been Registered Professional In-Home Healthcare Provider for 20 Years! Mainly focusing on Geriatrics, Mobility Issues, Alzheimer's, Sundowner Syndrome, Dementia, Senility, Cardiomyopathy, CHF, Atrial Fibrillation, Tachycardia, Cardiac Implants, Heart Attack Recovery, Renal Failure, Dialysis, Stroke, High and Low Blood Pressure, Diabetes, Cancer, Respiratory Diseases, Fall Risks, Respite Care, Palliative Care and End of Life Care. I pride myself on being a hardworking, trustworthy, very well educated and DEPENDABLE PROFESSIONAL. As such, I have an abundance of deeply heartfelt compassion, true companionship, emotional and physical support to offer you or your loved one. I treat each and every patient like a member of my family. Regarding daily living, I assist with, or do on my own, anything the patient needs. Including, but not limited to; showering, bathing, sponge baths, grooming, assist with toileting, diaper changes, catheters, dressing, changing pads or bags ,laundering towels, clothing, bedding and folding them. Meal preparation, modified diets and hand feeding, Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy, established exercise routine assistance, all forms of patient transfer: including hoyer lifts, gait belt and transfer boards. light housework, laundry and moderate transportation. I am TB tested yearly and up to date on all my vaccinations. List of my most relevant certifications: HEALTHCARE PROVIDER BLS, CPR/AED, ASHA APPROVED CARE PROVIDER, MEDICATION MANAGEMENT, ADVANCED FIRST AID, WOUND/ PRESSURE SORE PREVENTION and CARE, BLOOD BOURNE PATHOGENS, F.A.S.T, RECOGNITION, ALZHEIMERS, DEMENTIA, SUNDOWNER SYNDROME and SENILITY. I am also a Licensed EMT II (Emergency Medical Technician), PHYSICAL THERAPIST. OCCUPATIONAL THERAPIST with NEUROLOGICAL THERAPIES STUDIES IN ADVANCED EDUCATION (DEGREES I-VI) and RESPIRATORY DEVICES. FURTHERMORE, I HAVE OVER 40 ADDITIONAL ADVANCED CONTINUING EDUCATIONAL CERTIFICATIONS.
Being a caregiver allows me to have empathy and compassion. I learn that as a caregiver I must love my job and put their needs before myself. Caregiving for more than 3 years I became reliable, dependable and trusthworthy. I have passion with adult care and enjoy working and seeing them smile. One of my proudest moment is graduating as a vocational nurse because it enables me to expand my knowledge and pursue greater things in life.
My name is Deborah and I am interested in the position that you are offering as a caregiver. I have 10+ years experience as a caregiver and I have expertise with dementia/Alzheimers care, catheter care, bowel care, quads, and more recently ALS. It would be my privilege to assist you. I am also CPR and AED certified. I have my CNA license and I am planning to pursue my nursing career as well. Please feel free to call me at 7146503731 to set up an interview. Thanks in advance. I am available any day of the week. I have excellent references.
Always striving to provide top quality dignified care for the elderly with love, patients , empathy and respect. I became a caregiver 26 years ago because I have a soft spot for the elderly and I enjoy helping and caring for the aging population. What I enjoy best being a caregiver is, I get to learn a lot from my elderly clients life experiences! I enjoy conversation with them, lending a helping hand, and a listening ear. All while providing genuine companionship.
I am a caregiver for twelve (12) years now. I started working as an office staff of a Home Care Agency where I also helped with some caregiving assignments when no one can go or a caregiver is sick to work. I realized I am more happier and fulfilled working with the elderly. That's how I started to become a caregiver. I am very hardworking, responsible, committed, organized, loving and happy caregiver. I am proud of myself when I make my patients satisfied and happy with my job. I like working with the elderly because the job reminds me of my parents when I helped them. The fulfilment I get from being a caregiver was when I am treated like family even after my job was finished. I realized that working with the elderly made me a better person, responsible caregiver and a compassionate human being. I always have more love in my heart for the elderly.
I'm a compassionate and patient kind of person. I'm a single dad to a 9-year old daughter after taking care of my wife who died of cancer for 3 years. My mantra in life is to treat other people the way I wanted to be treated. My daughter is always saying that I'm too nice. People who would meet me and my daughter for the first time are saying that I'm raising my daughter as kind and polite as I am. I'm eager to learn new knowledge and open to suggestions. I would rather ask questions than pretend to know everything and fall short of the expectations. I always put myself in my patients'shoes to understand them better. It is not them but it's the illness that is making them not to be themselves at the moment. It feels great to be appreciated by the patient and their family for what i've done to lighten the everyday pain in their lives. I'm proud with what I do, and I find other ways to do my best by adding value to the career I've chosen to do.
My name is Jordan, i am a student currently studying to become a Registered Nurse. I graduated Cypress High School in 2014 where i obtained my CNA license the summer i graduated. Having my CNA i immediately went into the healthcare field where i was expose to all different work environments. I worked from a Lab setting to Hoag Hospitals even being welcomed into the homes of families. Shortly after being a CNA I went onto obtaining my Phlebotomist license wanting to gain more experience within the vase field to be able to help out in the long run. I feel in love with being a caregiver once i obtain my CNA license knowing that i was a help to someone who was still capable of helping myself better navigate through life. What attracts me the most of being a Caregiver is the knowledge i gain from the clients i worked with the past. Being able to come into someones life that needs my assists with the smaller items around the house to gain more knowledge about them as they grew through life is what drives me as a Caregiver to always be there when i am needed. I currently do work for Quest-diagnostics throughout the day caring for members throughout the country with special needs. In my spear time i am always seeking to help out with loved ones around their home or with any medical task that might be tough for the family to assist with from time to time. I worked with patients who needs constant help with colostomy bag care, to Alzheimer's disease even blood draws . With my years of experience in the Medical field i have worked in variety of atmosphere when it comes to caring for loved one.